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“My C1 apparently isn’t healing optimally” – Big E

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• “My C1 apparently isn’t healing optimally” – Big E

2022 has been rough for Big E.

He lost the WWE Championship on the first day of the year. He then suffered a broken neck on an episode of SmackDown, which resulted in him missing WrestleMania 38.

This morning, Big E gave the following update on his neck injury on Twitter:

“For those desirous of an update, my C1 apparently isn’t healing optimally.

I’ll spend another 4-6 weeks in a brace in hopes that I can avoid a fusion.

But don’t you fret! I’ve got a tremendous support system & what shall be shall be.”

Also Read: “I narrowly escaped a stroke, paralysis or death” – Big E

• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (May 6, 2000) – WWF Insurrextion 2000

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on May 6, 2000, the World Wrestling Federation aired the inaugural ‘WWF Insurrextion’ LIVE on PPV from the Earls Court Exhibition Centre in London, England (UK / Europe).

This was the first ever annual Insurrextion PPV, a tradition that was continued ever year until the last one in 2003.

The results can be found here:

Too Cool defeated The Radicalz

Kane defeated Bull Buchanan

The Road Dogg defeated Bradshaw

Arm Wrestling: The Kat defeated Terri Runnels

Rikishi & Showkishi defeated The Dudley Boyz

Kurt Angle defeated Chris Benoit

WWF Hardcore Championship: The British Bulldog defeated Crash Holly (c)

WWF Tag Team Championship: The Hardy Boyz defeated Edge & Christian (c) by DQ

WWF European Championship: Eddie Guerrero (c) defeated Chris Jericho

WWF Championship: The Rock (c) defeated Triple H and Shane McMahon

        
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